Mark directed my eyes to a very interesting article about how all those very expensive running (and "comfort") shoes may not be doing much for foot health. As much as I enjoy good shoes (and distrust cheap ones), I decided to give bare feet a try today--OK, slipper-shod--while I walked my dog.
What I noticed; your feet really do "work" a lot more when they're not encased in rubber and cloth, and you "feel" everything in a way that you ordinarily don't. I also noticed that I really do have a habit of slamming my feet down and using my heels where I perhaps ought to be using my toes. Maybe I'll give it a longer term try and see what happens. Who knows? My next pair of "running shoes" could have Chuck Taylor's name on them.
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